Game Licensing 

‘How To Train Your Dragon’ video game to release in February 2019

A new game of DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise has just been announced. The game is expected to launch in February 2019 in both Europe and North America on Nintendo Switch, aiming to coincide with the release of the new movie ‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.’ The game comes from Outright Games and is being published by Universal Games. DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders is a brand-new tale in the How to Train Your Dragon universe. It centers on Scribbler and Patch, who…

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Game Licensing 

Rovio, Imagine Dragons launch special ‘Angry Birds’ match event

Rovio Entertainment has partnered with the multi-platinum Grammy Award-winning band ‘Imagine Dragons’ to launch Angry Birds x Imagine Dragons, a free in-game event playable through September 25. The event will benefit the Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families cope financially and emotionally with pediatric cancer. Imagine Dragons said, “The Tyler Robinson Foundation is a cause very close to our hearts. These kids and their families should never have to suffer financial despair when they’re already battling cancer together, and it’s an honor to help them…

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Game Licensing Movie Licensing 

Eros Now launches ‘Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi’ official movie based game

Eros Now released official ‘Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi’ game based on the Diana Penty-Sonakshi Sinha starrer movie. The objective of this game is to run as long as possible by avoiding all kinds of obstacles that are coming on the way. The game is available for download on Google Play. According to the official synopsis that is given on the site — Happy is running on the streets avoiding obstacles by sliding, single jump and double jump. As a player, you have to avoid obstacles and collect coins. Check out…

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TV Series Licensing 

HBO announces new ‘Game of Thrones’ video game for phones, PC

HBO has announced a new Game of Thrones game for smartphones and PC, developed by Nerial, the award-winning studio behind the Reigns series. The game extends beyond the HBO series and explores possible futures for key characters as seen through the fiery visions of Red Priestess, Melisandre. Players can choose to rule as Cersei Lannister, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, Sansa Stark, and more while changing between each king and queen to face challenges and mysteries unique to their story. Check out the trailer here: Melisandre’s flames have proven…

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Game Licensing TV Series Licensing 

Yoozoo unveils officially licensed ‘Game of Thrones’ browser game

Yoozoo Games, a leading Chinese game developer and publisher, announced that ‘Game of Thrones Winter is Coming’, a browser game officially licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment under license from HBO is set to launch in spring 2019. Developed by Yoozoo, the game’s scenery, characters, and topography are all being designed by renowned artists, staying faithful to the look and feel of the critically-acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning show. The story starts just after the death of Eddard Stark, where players take on the role of an ambitious Westeros lord, determined to…

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Toy Licensing Toys & Games 

Jakks Pacific launches new toy line ‘Cuppatinis’

Leading U.S. toymaker JAKKS Pacific, Inc. kicks off 2017 with the launch of Cuppatinis™, a line of 3.5-inch dolls that children can transform from adorable dolls into beautiful teacups and back again. “Kids will love hosting their own tea parties with Cuppatinis™ dolls. These magical dolls transform from dolls to teacups with a simple flip of their skirts. It is a two-in-one tea party waiting to happen,” said Jill Nordquist, SVP Marketing, JAKKS Pacific. The dolls are available exclusively through Walmart in the US and Canada. The launch includes six…

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Game Licensing 

Pokemon Go Available on Apple Watches

Truly a jolly season! Finally the Pokemon Go is available on iTunes stores for Apple Watch. The game involves catching digital pocket monsters in an augmented-reality version of your surroundings. The Apple Watch version will let you discover nearby Pokemon and collect special items, such as potions, from nearby “PokeStops.” But once you encounter a Pokemon, you will need to use your iPhone to catch it. Still, the Apple Watch should make it easier for players to log their steps (needed to advance in the game and to hatch new…

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